Endpoint Backup: 5 Ways to Stave Off a Data Catastrophe

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With 14,000 hard drives crashing every week, employees need assurance they can get to their data should the unthinkable happen. So they don't skip a beat, companies should provide employees with seamless, self-restore capabilities via web or mobile devices.

Endpoint data protection and security are a bigger priority for enterprises as they consider the devastating impact of data loss. In fact, an ESG Research survey discovered that 66 percent of organizations have re-evaluated their endpoint security policies, processes and tools to create a plan for improving endpoint security. An integral part of the puzzle is endpoint backup, which companies are increasingly tapping as a core element of an overall endpoint security strategy.

In this slideshow, Code42 highlights the top five scenarios when endpoint backup staves off major data security threats in the enterprise.

 

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